With the Election Commission wrapping up the most-anticipated assembly polls in Bihar, all eyes were now glued to various exit polls which will be released shortly. The polls that faced numerous hurdles besides the pandemic situation, the voting was successfully concluded with over 7.3 crore voters queued up at various polling booths risking their lives to decide the fate of thousands of candidates contesting for 243 seats.
Peoples Pulse, a Hyderbad-based social and political research organisation-proved to have a knack at making closest predictions in partnership with PSG has collected the samples from 305 deciding polling stations across 61 assembly constituencies. The survey which was conducted by considering the criteria like gender, caste, religion, geographical region and age, on the whole, comprises almost 25 per cent of the total voting population.
In the line of the Peoples Pulse-PSG Exit Polls:
While 34 per cent of Bihar voters are inclined towards Nitish Kumar as their next CM, 36 per cent wants to test the young blood Tejaswi Yadav, who led the RJD alliance. When looked into the most influential deciding factors, 31 per cent raised the unemployment issue, 28 per cent were dissatisfied with the hiking commodity prices while 19 per cent brought the migration during lockdown issue.
Numbers, on the other hand, boosted the morales of Maha alliance led by Tejaswi Yadav which is likely to fathom victory in 2020 polls. Below is the predicted list of assembly seats according to the survey taken up,
JDFS along with others: 5-13.
Which clearly shows that RJD-Congress-Left alliance is likely to win 243 seats in Bihar.